Peer-reviewed COVID-19 archive grows

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Two years in, an indicator of COVID-19’s continuing presence in the world is the growth of the “COVID-19 Collection” in the pages of the Journal of Vascular Surgery publications.

Launched in April 2020, the research has appeared in not just the signature JVS publication (98 papers), but also two of the three companion publications, JVS: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders (43 articles) and JVS: Cases and Innovative Techniques (22 papers). 

Some of the most recent papers include an update of the European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS) 2020 clinical practice guidelines on managing acute limb ischemia in light of the pandemic; resolution of acute pulmonary embolism using anticoagulation alone; the resident and fellow experience; and one covering the “drastic increase” in hospital labor costs during the pandemic and how that has led to sustained financial loss for an academic vascular surgery division. See vsweb.org/CovidCollection. 

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